The College ICT department provides the following services for students:
Phone, email & helpdesk
You can contact the ICT Team by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone using 01865 619111. The ICT Team will reply as soon as they can during office working hours: Monday to Friday from 9am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4pm. We can help you with any of the services provided by the College and most of the University provided services. We can also assist you with software problems and some hardware problems on your own computers, phones and tablets. The ICT office have temporarily suspended the drop-in enquiries service, so please only come to the office on Wolfson Quad if you cannot contact us by phone or email.
Wireless and wired network
Please see our Network page for more details.
Student shared computers
The College normally provides computers for any member of the college to use in the library; unfortunately this service has been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19. Once the suspension is lifted, you will find two computer areas in the library, both on the ground floor. For the main computer room, turn left at the bottom of the stairs. For the smaller law library computer room, turn right. The computers are currently running Windows 10 and have Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, Internet Explorer and Firefox installed. To log on to the College computers you will need to use your SSO username and password. For members of the MCR, there are further computers in the MCR study room in the Clore Graduate centre.
You can print to the College printers in the Library and the Porters’ lodge via our web print service https:\\print.lmh.ox.ac.uk. Please see our Printing page for more details. Once the computer rooms are available again, you will also be able print directly from the computer room computers.
University IT Services
The University IT Services department provides additional services including email, free or reduces price software (Office 365, Sophos Anitvirus and more), E-learning platforms (Canvas), vpn, on-line IT courses, and the hardware breakdown service. You can visit http:\\help.it.ox.ac.uk to find out about the services and support provided by University IT Services.